Huddersfield Town fell to a 2-0 Capital One Cup defeat to Nottingham Forest last night as caretaker manager Mark Lillis took charge once more amid the club's continued hunt for a replacement for Mark Robins.
Their search has been a protracted one following Robins' departure in the immediate aftermath of the opening day of the season but it appears as if a resolution may soon be in sight.
Lillis has been pencilled in to once again lead the Terriers out at Watford this weekend, but sources have suggested ex-Charlton Athletic manager Chris Powell and Northern Ireland No.2 Billy McKinlay have both impressed during the interview process for the job.
Neil Lennon has also been heavily linked with the job and links with Coventry City chief Steven Pressley refuse to go away but, now the shortlist of candidates has shortened, who do you want as the next Town manager?
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